As Senior Vice President of People, Culture and Technology, Jacquie leads Capital Power’s human resources and information technology teams and provides strategic insight into the people and technology issues that impact the business. In her role, Jacquie is focused on people engagement and development, total rewards, employee well-being, employee relations, diversity and inclusion, and ensuring the right technology is in place to enable the company’s future.
Prior to her current role, Jacquie served as Vice President, Human Resources at Capital Power and one of her accountabilities was the Capital Power inspired MORE program, a mentoring program for female leaders in the Edmonton business community; before this she held various human resources roles within Capital Power.
Jacquie received her Bachelor of Commerce degree with distinction from the University of Alberta, is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Professional in Human Resources, and has more than 30 years of experience in various industries – energy, professional services, technology and the public sector. Prior to joining Capital Power, she worked at PwC, Telus, Dell and the Office of the Auditor General of Alberta.
She is a board member for the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation and serves as committee Chair on their Governance & HR Committee and as a member on their Finance & Audit Committee. She previously served as a board member for Fringe Theatre Adventures, past member of the MacEwan University Accounting & Strategic Measurement Program Advisory Committee and past member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta Recognition Committee. In recent years Jacquie has devoted much of her volunteer time to school council committees at her children’s schools. Outside of work, Jacquie can be found as a spectator at the skating rink and volleyball court, or golfing or skiing with her husband and two children.